Former DEA Agent Tells Tucker Carlson FBI Informant “Friend” Invited Him To Capitol On Jan 6, Pressured Him To Go Inside [VIDEO]

100 Percent Fed Up – In addition to questioning the so-called plot by mostly FBI agents and informants to “kidnap” Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Tucker Carlson host of the Fox News Tucker Carlson Show has been questioning the role of the FBI and possibly other intelligence agencies in the so-called “insurrection” at the Capitol building on January 6th.

Carlson explained to his audience that asking questions about what really happened on January 6th has earned him and others to be labeled “conspiracy theorists and unpatriotic” by propagandists in the media. “As it turns out, we were right to ask those questions, and tonight, we’ll show you why,” Carlson said. He explained, “Mark Ibrahim is a 32-year-old Army veteran who served in Iraq. On January 6th of this year, he was a federal agent. He worked for the Drug Enforcement Administration—the DEA. Ibrahim says he went to the Capitol that day because he was invited by an FBI informant, a man he had known in Iraq. We have confirmed that is true.”  Carlson explained that they reached out to Ibrahim’s FBI informant friend and that while he denies he encouraged anyone to break the law, he did confirm Ibrahim’s story.
According to Tucker, the FBI knew that Ibrahim’s friend, the FBI informant would attend the rally that day.
Ibrahim told Tucker that his friend, the FBI informant strongly encouraged him to enter the Capitol building, but since Ibrahim knew it was illegal to enter the Capitol building he refused.
What happened next is so crazy, it’s literally unbelievable.

Should anyone trust our intelligence agencies anymore? Are we still living in a free country?


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